Section 1.2 Details of offers made in the A service list agreement, when submitted by the list broker to the service, must be complete in every detail, as stated on the form. ii. the type of listing agreement, i.e. the exclusive right to sell or to the exclusive agency. (b) A participant must not change the content of the MLS list information displayed on a VOW of content as provided in the MLS. (c) A participant wishes to impose an indication to his VOW that the MLS list information displayed on the VOW is considered reliable, but is not properly guaranteed by MLS. A participant`s VOV may contain other appropriate disclaimers that are necessary to protect the participant and/or MLS from liability. (t) The display of expired and withdrawn offers is prohibited. Participation is defined as the ® broker or licensed broker® who is the subscriber to the service and who is the dominant interaction broker® or broker® with the client in the transaction. If more than one, all subscribers must be presented as co-listing or co-selling. Participation is NOT defined as some provide only the following or related services: 1) Mutual assistance in a transaction 2) Access to property for an inspection 3) Document establishment 4) Coordination of demonstrations Section 11 Ownership of mlS compilations and copyright by submitting list content to the service, the Participant assures and guarantees that he or she is fully entitled to license the contents of vonsalists in accordance with this section and these rules and rules, thereby granting the Service Licensing Authority to include the contents of the list of features in the compilation of multiple listing service protected by copyright as well as in any statistical report on equivalents. Content includes photographs, images, images, images, audio and video recordings, virtual tours, drawings, descriptions, comments, stories, price information and other information about the listed property.
Section 2.6 Notification of changes to the status of the service is communicated to the Multiple Listing Service by the Listing Broker within 24 hours of their arrival. When negotiations have taken place in accordance with section 2 or b) or (b) the cooperating broker notifies the accepted offers within twenty-four hours of the exchange agent`s entry and the broker reports to mls within twenty-four (twenty-four) hours of receiving notification from the cooperating broker. Section 2.3 Submission of written and counter-offers The broker submits to the seller all written offers until closing, unless this is excluded by law, by state provisions, by regulations or by other written agreements between the seller and the stockbroker. To the extent that the subsequent offer does not depend on the termination of an existing contract, the broker advises the seller to get advice from a lawyer before accepting the subsequent offer. In such cases, the right to cooperative compensation offered through MLS would be an issue that should be determined by an arbitration body on the basis of all relevant facts and circumstances, including, but not limited to, why it was impossible or financially impossible for the broker to recover some or all of the commission set out in the listing agreement; At what point in the transaction did the broker know (or would have known) that some or all of the commission set out in the listing agreement might not be paid; and how quickly the broker had informed the cooperating brokers that the commission set in the listing agreement might not be paid.